Detector Electronics Corporation (“Det-Tronics”), Minneapolis, MN, introduces its FlexSonic™ Acoustic Gas Leak Detector, a non-contact gas leak detector that analyzes 24 discrete ultrasonic bands, ignoring nuisance ultrasonic sources. A high-fidelity microphone continuously monitors for the distinct ultrasound emitted by pressurized gas leaks across the widest spectrum of frequencies. Reducing false positives, it can be programmed to ignore background noises, discerning between gas leaks and environmental noises, such as metal-on-metal contact, fans, machinery or vehicles.
The bendable capacitance probe from BinMaster Level Controls, Lincoln, NE, can be bent to avoid obstructions in a vessel while still allowing adequate probe surface area to confirm the presence or absence of material.
The Turbimax CUS71D from Endress+Hauser Inc., Greenwood, IN, is an ultrasonic immersion sensor for interface measurements in processes where suspensions are separated into their liquid and solid components by sedimentation.
The coolant level sensor from Gentech International Ltd., Girvan, U.K., part of the Measurement Specialties group, uses giant magnetoresistive technology to monitor the coolant level in header tanks in trucks, HGVs, buses, and off-highway vehicles.